A new, experimental policy discussed this week at the Center for American Progress (CAP) suggests reforming schools from the top down through engaged, talented principals.
Monthly Archives For March 2008
When a progressive think tank and America’s leading business group get together and critique education in the United States, it’s official and getting more so—public schools may be getting progressively more expensive but they fail to deliver the service they claim to offer.
What the campus Women’s Resource Center may not tell you about abortion.
College professors trying to make young Evangelicals see the secular light might be making some headway, at least, according to the more left-leaning of these people of faith.
What happens when professors put their pet theories into practice, then offer to fix them when they go wrong after they have been enacted.
The faithful are increasingly likely to face hostility to their beliefs in secular educational settings, the Catholic League’s 2007 Report on Anti-Catholicism shows.
Given Harvard’s history of discrimination against Catholics, Jews, and Gays, it is surprising that the privately funded university on the Charles would open itself to more cries of foul by providing Muslim women private time at a gymnasium, thus excluding dues-paying male members.
ANN ARBOR, MI – Administrators at the University of Michigan on March 4 declined to pursue a policy designed to restrict distribution of student publications.
When feminists attempted to open up college sports opportunities for women via federal Title IX regulations, national enforcement of these rules had the perhaps unintended consequence of hastening the demise of men’s teams at the collegiate level. Now they are attempting something much more ambitious—the feminization of science.
On February 28, 2008, the Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District in Los Angeles issued a ruling in a juvenile court proceeding that declared that almost all forms of homeschooling in California are in violation of state law.